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Filmmaker Jacquline Goss discusses her fascination with folly in relation to scientific ambition and American politics. Writer Caleb Crain explores the dark side of internet privacy and the fate of the novel in the 21st century. [embedyt] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HzuQETkuDnA[/embedyt]...

Nisenbaum talks about painting as a mode of being present to others and, in those situations, confronting complex feelings as social beings. Steciw discusses our alarmingly expanding and fractured media universe and attempts at momentary stasis and wholeness through play, humor, and irreverence.[embedyt] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uAq0iWbuaNc[/embedyt]...

[embedyt] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nl9x7EEpeho[/embedyt]In this episode dedicated to Climate Week, host Kevin Moore talks to artists David Benjamin Sherry and Fred Tomaselli. David Benjamin Sherry mourns the loss of species on the planet and describes his approach to sensing the deep wisdom embedded in nature as a mild form of comfort. Fred Tomaselli discusses the creation...

Photographer Barbara Probst talks about multiple points of view and photography as an obstacle---not an aid, necessarily---to understanding reality. Documentary filmmaker and City College professor Dave Davidson discusses his latest film, Cinema and Sanctuary, and CCNY as the first documentary film school in the US, led by German avant-garde artist Hans Richter during...

Christopher Myers, a children's book illustrator, artist and writer, discusses the "maladies of modernism" and embracing the mess of mixed cultural identities. Artist Summer Wheat talks about making paintings in three dimensions and honoring art by anonymous artists and craftswomen of the past. [embedyt] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QSDBLA3HlGo[/embedyt]...

Kevin Moore talks with Swiss journalist and documentary filmmaker Jean-Cosme Delaloye about bearing witness to vulnerable lives, exercises in empathy, and political decisions that make a difference. Artist Sarah Braman considers the lessons of community and family, of believing you can do what you put your...

Poet, artist, and filmmaker Cecilia Vicuña talks about lost knowledge, the exploitative mind, and a long career of environmental art and activism. Photographer and filmmaker Michael Halsband reflects on being a product of American pop culture and his portrait sessions with Andy Warhol, Jean-Michel Basquiat, the...

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